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RHA Howell

(Non-profit)  
Social Services, Healthcare - Health Services, Not for Profit - Charitable
1,000 - 2,500 employees  |  
Overview


 

RHA Howell has been helping people with disabilities and special needs, and their families, make choices to live more independently for more than 35 years. Integrity, high standards for quality, hard work are at the core of every RHA Howell disability assistance program. Background Story:


In 1970, one of the first Intermediate Care Facilities for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities(ICF/IDD) in North Carolina was founded by Irene Howell. Over the next 30 years, a network of Howell Care Centers was established, offering more choices for people with disabilities across the state. Upon her retirement, Ms. Howell entrusted her legacy to RHA Health Services, an organization that shared her compassion for people with disabilities, and a new company was formed.


Today, RHA Howell, Inc., carries on the Howell Care Centers tradition. Proven leaders in caring for people, RHA Howell, Inc. is a pioneering force in the field of human services, particularly supporting infants and children.

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Culture

 

Setting the PACE for Excellence in Supporting People

Passion

  • Advocate for social justice
  • Promote innovation in supporting people with disabilities
  • Provide a flexible range of services and supports to assist each person in meeting individual goals
  • Foster connection, communication, participation, and involvement of client with extended family, friends, community, and the political process
  • Demonstrate a commitment to our employees measured through satisfaction surveys, encouragement toward individual professional growth, clear communication of core values, and recognition of outstanding performance

Accountability

  • Require continuous Quality Assurance and Quality Improvement
  • Promote public responsibility and citizenship through compliance with federal, state, and local regulations
  • Maintain a system for tracking and reviewing Quality Indicators
  • Ensure good stewardship in all financial matters

Communication

  • Seek public input and community involvement
  • Encourage open communications
  • Focus on a well-monitored process for addressing grievances and achieving client and employee satisfaction

Ethics

  • Conduct business with integrity
  • Treat all people with dignity and respect
What We Do:


 

We support people with disabilities to



  • Actively engage in their communities 
  • Participate as fully as possible in making decisions that impact lives
  • Advocate for the services and supports needed to reach each person’s maximum potential
  • Strengthen relationships with families, communities, and outside agencies for friendship and collaboration
  • Attain an education that is designed around each person’s needs and that addresses all possibilities for skill development
  • Gain job readiness and employment, as much as practicable
What we are looking for



RHA Howell is looking for employees that can:


  • Provide high quality services
  • Be honest, trustworthy and reliable in all relationships
  • Treat others fairly
  • Be a good citizen in the communities where RHA provides services